The Wellbeing at Work Event is a one-day conference in central Toronto for HR professionals and business leaders. Come and learn from experts and peers about the latest wellbeing developments and successes that are enhancing individual and organizational performance in companies across the Canada, US and globally.
Global communications and technologies are changing the world of work and employers are continuing to ask more of their employees. The Wellbeing at Work Event aims to provide a forum for businesses to hear, meet and discuss wellbeing initiatives with leading experts and practitioners to equip businesses with the tools to introduce or improve wellbeing programmes in the workplace.
The Event will include a programme of influential speakers, debating panels, workshops and networking sessions where delegates can ask questions, exchange ideas and share experiences on a subject that will change the world of work forever.
Increase staff attendance
An average sized firm with 250 employees is estimated to make an estimated loss of $500,000 annually, due to sickness absenteeism.
Outperform your competitors
Organizations that prioritise employee engagement and wellbeing outperform competitors by at least 10%.
Improve staff retention
A highly engaged workforce has the potential to reduce staff turnover by up to 87%.
Learn from the experts
The total cost from mental health problems to the Canadian economy exceeds $50 billion annually and mental health problems and illnesses among working adults in Canada cost employers more than $6 billion in lost productivity from absenteeism, presenteeism and turnover.
Our confirmed 2017 speakers below - More to be announced very soon!
Senior Global Benefits Manager, Air Canada
Senior Vice President, Human Resources, RSA Canada
Director Safety & Well-being, Rogers
Director, Environment, Health & Safety, Purolator, Inc
Manager of Benefits & Wellbeing, Unilever
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